I would really appreciate any thoughts on resolving the items below even if I do have to be chastised for not finding the solutions for myself. Thunderbird is running on … (read more)
I would really appreciate any thoughts on resolving the items below even if I do have to be chastised for not finding the solutions for myself. Thunderbird is running on a Windows 10 PC.
Whilst I appreciate the new ability to change the "spacing" between compact, default and relaxed I would appreciate knowing why it was not possible to change incrementally like we can now change Font Size?? There was a fix for this in previous versions which allowed me to display all of the folders that I wanted to display.
Why can the number of messages headers displayed only be 9 or more?
Why does the message header pane above the email content still have so much white space? It would still be totally readable if laid out in a different manner with much smaller line spacing.
I would also like to know why I cannot now have the likes of "get messages" in the menu bar? The current setup forces 2 toolbars or I can switch off the menu. I have had the 2 combined for some time.
With all the "improvements", why is there still no facility to order folders rather than having them alphabetically listed? The add-on to do this no longer works.
As you will guess, I am not best pleased with the changes in SuperNova as it has changed too many of the things that I have taken fore-granted over the years.
My thanks in advance for anything helpful the community is able to offer.
Have had to add an up date as I am still finding things that seem to no longer be possible.
The "Get Messages" button no longer has the drop down to allow getting new messages from one email address.
When displaying a folder's contents, the message bar at the bottom of the page no longer displays the message count. I know it can be displayed elsewhere on the screen but that takes up real-estate.
The hover and open nested folders is now instant which is a real nuisance as rolling the mouse cursor down the page opens a lot more nested folders than just the one I need.
With 102, if you used CTRL+ to magnify the content of an email, the magnification applied to all windows, for example if you opened a message full screen - not any more, they have been separated. Close the full screen window and it reverts to default size if you open to full screen again.
It is difficult to go back to version 102.15 because to do so needs a "new profile" because 115 changes the original and Thunderbird cannot cope with this.
I would love to know what prompted all of these changes as they have ruined my experience of what has been my go-to email client since version 3?